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8 October 2021

#AntarcticLog: Kids are our (climate) future

When I think about what the world’s kids have been through for the last year and a half — since the start of the pandemic — I want to cry. And yet look at them — out stumping for climate change action, using their artwork to voice their concerns, wishes, and — as it right for the next generation — demands. 

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11 February 2019

Telling the Stories of STEM

I took a chance and asked Jane, has your son considered engineering? She gave me a strange look as if I hadn’t heard her say her son wanted a career that helps people, and she quickly changed the subject.  As a result, I missed the opportunity to tell Jane about Mike Paddock. 

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21 January 2019

How to make glaciers fun to learn about

I’ve been studying terrestrial glaciers for a half dozen years now, and Spoiler Alert: they are melting! While seeing the demise of the cryosphere unfold before my eyes, I started to pursue more and more outreach opportunities to help “get the word out” to the public.

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21 June 2018

AGU Centennial is a time for outreach

AGU is turning 100 and we want everyone to be a part of it!

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12 March 2018

The Citizen Continental-America Telescopic Eclipse (CATE) Experiment

Where were you during the 2017 solar eclipse? These citizens were being scientists.

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